A year-long investigation of the causes behind the death statistics preceded this article and its conclusions.  The focus is cases found in South Dakota, where, to quote the authors, “[fatal police encounters] deaths are prevalent.”  These fatal encounters are more common than for any other racial group.

As documented in Wyoming, the data is incomplete and hard to find.  Additionally, representatives hardly ever play a part in reforms and supervision, and the media rarely covers Native deaths.  Read more>>>

Police killings: Numbers of Native Americans 5X White Americans & almost twice Black Americans

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